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When graphing an absolute value inequality, such as -4 ge x le 4 does that mean 2 lines since you have two inequality signs?

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- anonymous

\[-4 \ge x \ge 4 \] rather

- dumbcow

it depends, do you mean \[-4\le x \le 4\]

- anonymous

Eh, yes.

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- anonymous

My bad, looking at it and still couldn't get it down right d:P

- dumbcow

haha ok so x can be any value between -4 and 4. so in this case only one line is needed

- dumbcow

are you graphin this on a number line

- anonymous

But it can't be -3 through 3, so it would seem like 2 lines on an x,y graph.

- anonymous

cartesian, I didn't put the other equation up because I wanted to get the full answer myself :P

- dumbcow

ok sorry then yes it would be like you have 2 solid lines at x=-4 and x=4 with everything in the middle shaded

- anonymous

wouldn't it be everything outside shaded? since it can't be -3 to 3, it would be everything else, right?

- anonymous

oh wait, I get it, I have it backwards

- anonymous

tyvm for the help :D

- dumbcow

there you go ;)

- dumbcow

if the inequalities were switched then you'd be right

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